People like to help people and this trait makes user awareness key to security within the organization. The right look, a smile or the right question could be enough to penetrate your security defenses.
“Security Awareness, e-Security, Cyber Security Training: These all mean one thing, getting the message across to your users that they are part of the solution. Not part of the problem.
Although in IT we know it’s a little of both!
We need users to uphold all the technical, personal, and physical security controls put into place in a modern organization. From badge readers, front desk sign-in policies, to Guest Wi-Fi login, AD accounts, door tail-gating and more.
Can I borrow your phone to call my wife?
My car just broke down in the parking lot!
Can I just go to the restroom quickly, no need to sign-in or scan I’ll be right out?
I cannot get into my account can you login?
Can I get the Wi-Fi password, the guest Wi-Fi is not working?
We’ve all heard these common daily occurrences to the point where they seem normal and part of our day to day routine. The human being inside understands these extreme circumstances can happen to anyone. However we still need to ensure we enforce our security protocol without exception or bending the rules based one of these common social engineering tactics.”
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